Grisham’s opinion on the former president’s fitness for the job came when George Stephanopoulos asked him whether he himself had contributed to the White House’s “culture of informal dishonesty,” to which Grisham replied, “Yes.”
“I want to educate the public about White House behavior now, because it looks like it’s going to run in 2024,” Grisham said.
Grisham said that in his opinion a second term for Trump would mean a president driven by “revenge” for his political opponents.
“Maybe they’ll have some very harsh policies,” he said, adding that another term would mean less worry about re-election and more upbeat opportunities to pursue a policy shaped by Trump’s base.
When asked why she is now stepping down after so many years as a senior Trump loyalist, Grisham said she had changed her mind after working in the West Wing.
Grisham said, “I believe he gave voice to a lot of people who felt forgotten, but I think many of us, myself included, got into that White House, and came to power.” “We didn’t think about serving the country anymore, it was about surviving.”
As Melania Trump’s former Chief of Staff, Grisham also discussed the former First Lady, including the derisive nickname, “Rapunzel”, given to Melania Trump in response to the Secret Service leaving her private residence at the White House. Was.
“She didn’t like to leave. She lived up to the lot,” Grisham writes in the book about the first lady’s home life.
In a statement to Granthshala, Melania Trump’s spokesperson hit back at Grisham, saying: “The writers are desperately trying to rehabilitate their tarnished reputation by manipulating and distorting the truth about Mrs. Trump. Ms. Grisham is a There are deceitful and troubled individuals who are ‘not worthy of anyone’s trust.”
Grisham is scheduled to appear on Granthshala’s “New Day” Tuesday morning.
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